Lunar New Year Virtual Storytelling - 510 Families
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Lunar New Year Virtual Storytelling

San Francisco’s Asian Art Museum welcomes the Year of the Tiger with this fun virtual Lunar New Year storytelling program for the whole family. Why is the tiger the third animal of the zodiac? What does the tiger symbolize in Asian art? Learn all this and more with exciting stories and close looking at artworks from the museum collection. Recommended for ages 7 and up, but all are welcome.  

Event takes place online via Zoom. This is a free event, but registration required.

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Sun January 30, 2022
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
*Online* Your House Your House
Free, registration required
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Contact: visit@asianart.org

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